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THE ABBOT GATE 



FIVE - YEAR - DIARY 



June 5, 1939 

One last word before I pass through the Abbot 
Gate to return no more as a student. I have 
recorded on your pages only a small part of all 
I have come to know and love here at Abbot. 
She has given to me keys which will open to me 
the gates of the future. As some of these will 
unlock the treasures of the mind, may you un- 
lock the treasures of the memory. May your 
pages make live again the joyous days spent 
within the Abbot Gate. 

And now, dear diary, I think I shall name you 

^Uz Gisicte 

and leave you as a record of the life of the 

GlaAl off 1939 

at 

ALbot A(xdle4fi4f 

Andover, Massachusetts 



. . . and never will I forget Mrs. Gray who taught us 
how to walk, stand, and sit; coached our -plays with 
patience and love; and understood us and made us do 



our best. Never a Chri 
I wont think of 
Dickens' "Chris 
McKeen Rooms, 
make us laugh and 
So real a friend is 
dedicate my diary 




stmas will come that 

her annual reading of 

tmas Carol'' in the 

How she could 

cry all at once. 

she— I think Til 

to . . . 



Mid. Qfout 



MRS. BERTHA MORGAN GRAY 





ABBOT HALL 




THE MAPLE WALK 




THE ABBOT FOOT-GATE 




. . . today I suddenly realised with sorrow 
that "Commencing' means leaving friends 
among the "fCLCUUM as well as the stu- 
dents . . . but by continuing to follow the in- 
terests and ideals they have instilled in me 
I plan to hold their friendship fast — al- 



ways 



» » • 



. . . at last . . . an invitation to Sunday night supper 
with JVI16A <yH'6XZ ; l6£4^! . . . having openly envied 
the Seniors this privilege during all my underclassman 
years, it is now my turn . . . and 

I do hope she reads J Al. % / f~ f f Wi nnie ther 

Pooh"! . . . Some- | jw^^h'^B how Miss Hear- 

■ Tf C ini Mil a 

sey means quiet p J|l|^ v \ fl evenings, spark- 
ling and produc- tWw^^^^i* five conversations, 
an at-peace-with- % ;^§^ .» ** the-world feeling, 
and a knowledge that I have in her 

a wise and understanding friend who is interested and 
anxious to help every girl whose life she touches. Her 
friendly voice, her smile, her nearness to us all . . . 
these qualities are Miss Hearsey . . . and it is Miss 
Hearsey who makes Abbot seem almost like home . . . 



MARGUERITE CAPEN HEARSEY 

Principal 








M. Dorothy Baker, M.R.S.T. 
English 



Jean Hope Baynes 
Financial Secretary 



Ruth Stephens Baker, A.B., M.A. 
French, German 



Hilda Ruby Baynes, B. es L. 

French 



Mary Carpenter, B.S. 
Physical Education 



Hope Coolidge, A.B., B.S. 
House Superintendent 



Mrs. Eunice Murray Campbell, A.B. 
Business Principles 



Mary Elaine Dodge, A.B., B.H.S. 
Household Science 




[12] 



Mrs. Hannah Richmond Duncan, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 



Mary Gay 
History of Art 



Kate Friskin 
Pianoforte, Theory of Music 



Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 
Dramatic Interpretation, Spoken English 



Marjorie Hill, A.B., M.A. 

History, Office Assistant 



Isabel Maxwell Hancock, A.B. 

Mathematics 



Walter Howe, B.M. 

Choral Music, Pianoforte, Organ, Theory of 



Octavia Whiting Mathews, A.B. 
Spanish 



Music 



Barbara Humes 
Assistant to the Principal 




[13] 



Francis Merritt 
Painting, Modelling, Drawing 



Laura Keziah Pettingell, A.B., M.A. 
Problems of Democracy, Latin 



Mrs. Jeanne Vical Miller, B.Ph. 
French 



Mrs. Roberta Gilmore Poland, A.B., M.A. 
General Science, Physics, Mathematics 



Rovvena Lincoln Rhodes 

Physical Education Assistant 



Gertrud Rath, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant to the Principal 



Winthrop Horton Richardson, A.B., B.D. 
Bible 



Louise Robinson 

Assistant Financial Secretary 



Helen Dunford Robinson, A.B. 
Latin 




[14] 




Virginia Paine Rogers, A.B. 

Spoken English 



Catherine Jane Sullivan, A.B. 
Remedial Reading 



Laura Huntington Smith, A.B., M.A. 
History 



Margaret Snow, A.B. 
Librarian 



Gertrude Tingley 
Singing 



Eleanor Morin Tucker, A.B., M.A. 
Chemistry, Mathematics 



Alice Curtiss Sweeney, A.B. 
Director of Studies, English 



Lucile Burdette Tuttle, A.B. 
English 




[15] 



We greet them many times each day 
But never really know 
How much they see, how much they hear, 
Or where they sometimes go! 





. . in an unusually -pensive moodj thinking 
how the bonds of our (^uldA&i may be the 
bonds holding us longest to Abbot . . . the 
class is the circle within which we movej 
giving our most real and probably our most 
lasting joys . . . 





1934-35 



. . . never have been so scared in my life . . . horror of the un- 
known; namely, roommate!. . complete awe of the lofty 
seniors. . ambition five years hence. . .home is so far away 
. . dumbfounded by so many new faces and names. . .first 
Thanksgiving service . .what if we forget our verses?. . . 
peeking through the rails at Prom... will our day ever 
come? . . . final exams . . . old girl next year! 



1935-36 



. . .class picnic — treasure hunt — Mary Elliot's barn. . .Miss 
Comegys and Miss Jenks carrying on after the loss of Miss 
Bailey. . .New England winter at its best. . .wedding bells 
among the faculty. . .first floor — Juniors predominate — 
walk away with song contest . . . Abbot opens her doors to 
Miss Hearsey! 





1936-37 



. . .the year we usher at the Prom! Haste thee, Avril and 
bring with thee!. . .Miss Hancock arrives, sling and all, 
accent included ... Miss Tucker initiated by an unruly 
fourth floor. . .no snow. . . pray for no rain at Intervale 
when our turn comes, after seeing the seniors float home. . . 
April at last!. . Prom and wheedling dances from suddenly 
hard-hearted upperclassmen . . .next year the whole world 
will be ours! Ah men! 



1937-3? 



. . senior-mid year. . .very grown up, yet still able to enjoy 
the new-girl-old-girl party and the Tin Man of Oz . . . Me- 
morial Service to Miss Chickering. . .Christmas and Mrs. 
Gray reading aloud in the McKeen rooms. . sleigh-ride to 
the Kirkshire . . . March and our tea dance with the seniors — 
prelude to the prom. . .Griffin Follies. . .such talents ex- 
hibited!. . .prom — what bliss to be a senior-mid! 



[18] 




PREP CLASS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Left to Right: 



OFFICERS 

Patricia Morriss, Charlotte Eaton 

. Joan Wyatt, Elsie Williams 

Mary O'Connell, Dorothy Barlow 

Marilyn Menschik, Muriel Clark 



Eleanor Cole, Annette Curran 
Student Government Representatives 



Eleanor Cole, Elsie Williams, Mary Carroll O'Connell, Mary Dickson, Joan 
Wyatt, Muriel Clark, Gloria Caldarone, Janet Dwight, Marilyn Menschik, 
Charlotte Eaton. 

Other Members: 

Dorothy Barlow, Helen Barss, Patricia Morriss. 

[19] 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



JUNIOR CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Betty Harris, Ruth Rathbone 

Madeleine Grout, Dorothy Harvey 

Joyce Curran, Jessie McCreery 

Betty Killian, Peggy Rabling 



Jane Davey, Barbara Hill 

Student Government Representatives 
Top Ron: 

Emily Mills, Dorothy White, Beverley Winslow, Martha Tyer, Virginia Smith- 
ers, Miriam Calder, Ann Zeitung, Madeleine Grout, Julie Nelson, Bonney Wil- 
son, Patsy Selden. 

Second Row: 

Margery Martin, Betsy Fowler, Jane Davey, Verniece Moody, Marjorie McClel- 
lan, Betty Killian, Betty Harris, Margaret Stuart, Ethel Ann Bolton, Helen 
Stott, Marjorie Dean. 

Bottom Row: 

Eleanor Rafton, Mary Ellen Finneran, Lucia Tuttle, Natalie Cregg, Barbara Hill, 
Peggy Rabling, Ruth Rathbone, Dorothy Harvey, Jessie McCreery, Joyce Curran, 
Barbara Young. 

Absent: 

Margaret Little 




[20] 



President 
Vice-President 

Secretary 
Treasurer 



JUNIOR-MID CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Peggy Prudden, Doris Jones 

Beverly Brooks, Gloria Randolph 

. . . . Sue Long, Joan Waugh 

Sally Bradley, Peggy Prudden 



Left to Right: 



Joan Waugh, Dorothy Fiske 

Student Government Representatives 



Sue Long, Sally Bradley, Betty Hosford, Doris Jones, Peggy Prudden, Nancy 
Whittier, Gloria Randolph, Joan Waugh. 

Other Members: 

Beverly Brooks, Dorothy Fiske, Mary Martin. 




[21] 




SENIOR-MID CLASS 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



OFFICERS 



Jacqueline Proctor, Mary Howard 

Shirley Hamilton, Jeanne Cowles 

Sally Cole, Adeline Waterhouse 

Priscilla Williams, Molly Chase 



Joan Webster, Anne Rivinius 

Student Government Representatives 
Top Row: 

Suzanne Chadwick, Winifred Wiglesworth, Andrea Warburg, Lee Burnett, 
Elaine Dalrymple, Barbara Fowler, Betty Weaver, Jane Littauer. 

Second Row: 

Betty Ellis, Mary Spaulding, Eleanor Balcke, Amelia Shields, Nancy Harrison, 
Barbara Brown, Phyllis Campbell, Marcia Colley. 

Third Row: 

Nancy Wilson, Margaret Meyer, Dorothy Schwiebert, Marie Bertram, Joan 
Killian, Evelyn Gottschalk, Margit Hintz, Priscilla Williams, Nadene Nichols, 
Carolyn Bittner, Margery Wick, Christine Robinson, Carolyn Cross, Ruth Poore. 

Fourth Row: 

Eleanor Knox, Phyllis Crocker, Marcia Wheeler, Frances Chandler, Danna Whit- 
lock, Anne Schoepflin, Betty Moser, Mary Dean Naff, Marguerite Hall, Gertrude 
Wind, Jane Wilson, Doris Sawyer, Ellen Spear. 

Bottom Row: 

Joan Carlson, Elizabeth Travis, Patricia Elliot, Kathryn Bixby, Anne Rivinius, 
Adeline Waterhouse, Jeanne Cowles, Mary Howard, Jacqueline Proctor, Molly 
Chase, Joan Webster, Dorothy Garry, Priscilla Russ, Sally Cole. 

Absent: 

Gisela Bolten, Nancy Eccles, Shirley Hamilton, Rachel Whitney. 

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E. Martin, Treasurer; C. Parker, Secretary; L. Pierce, Vice-President, C. Skinner, President 

SENIOR CLASS 

CLASS SONG 

Tune: Anchors Aweigh 

Thirty-nine is marching on, 

Banners on high, 

We will swing along together, 

Sing her praises forever and aye. 

Our class we'll honor long, 

Cherish memories true, 

Bound by the bonds of friendship 

We will e'er be true to Thirty-nine! 



[23] 




Ellen Wentworth Alden 

"Blondie" 
3 Wentworth Court, Waterville, Maine 



1937-39 



Colby 



Giggles . . . fascinating dimples . ..innumerable 
trips to Tabor. . .chubby cherub. . .giggles and 
more giggles. . .Vice-President of A.A.A. . . .and, 
what's more, a few more giggles. 

Garden Party '38, Senior-Mid Plays '38, Student 
Council '39, Vice-President Athletic Association 
'39, Numerals '38, L.B.A. '39, Gargoyle Enter- 
tainment '39, Prom Committee '39. 



Barbara Bellows 

"Bellows" 

18028 Winslow Road, Shaker Heights, Cleveland, 
Ohio 



1936-39 



Flora Stone Mather 



Second Boake Carter . . . plus frog in the throat . . . 
five-pound box of bobby pins . . . de luxe from 
Shaker Heights. .. "Dear" Aunt Matthes ... per- 
sonal rendering of "This Can't Be Love." 

Senior Play '39, Philomatheia '39, Numerals '38, 
Christmas Party '37, Gargoyle Hockey '38 '39, 
Gargoyle Entertainment '39, Garden Party '38, 
Gargoyle Entertainment Committee '39. 




[24] 




Barbara Bobst 

"Bo" " Bobo" 
173 Lovell Road, Watertown 



1935-39 



Our singing lady. . .hair-styles — varied and ultra 
. . .continuous fun. . ."Sh! it's Sunday night". . . 
Williams find a better gal! 

Choir '36 '37 '38 '39, Fidelio '36 '37 '38 '39, Aeo- 
lian '36 '37 '38 '39, Secretary Senior-Mid Class, 
Secretary Gargoyles, Senior Picnic Committee '39, 
Christmas Party '38 '39, Prom Committee '38, 
Class Book Board, Gargoyle Entertainment Com- 
mittee, Choir President '39. 



Lucia Bayley Buchanan 

"Luscious" "Lush" 

5525 Dunmoyle Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

1937-39 Smith 

Catching laugh . . . poetry . . . dimples . . .pageboy . . . 
lantern. . .chasing posters abroad. . .guaranteed to 
cheer. 

Senior-Mid Plays '38, Garden Party Committee 
'39, Griffin Entertainment Committee '38, Draper 
Dramatics '39, Entertainment Committee '39, 
Advisory Board '39, Christmas Party '39, Odeon 
'39, Head of Badminton '39, Senior Play '39, 
Numerals '39. 




[25] 




Olive Irene Butler 



159 Lowell Street, Andover 



1936-39 



Tall, dark, need we say more? .. .eyes. . .good- 
natured. . .smooth brother, McKeen 1 :15 daily. . . 
"Gil"(lys) are in style this year. 

Fidelio '36 '37 '38 '39, Odeon '37 '38 '39, Student 
Government '37, Senior-Mid Play '38. 



Frances Elizabeth Cross 

" Frannie" 
11 Proctor Boulevard, Utica, New York 

1937-39 Smith 

"Time(s)" marches on. . .silver-toned soprano. . . 
ready, willing, and able if she's not engaged. . . 
literary powers for Courant. 

Choir '38 '39, Fidelio '38 '39, Hike Leader '39, 
A.C.A. Advisory Board '38, Christmas Party '38, 
Courant '38 '39, Secretary Student Government 
'39, Business Manager Courant '39, Costume Com- 
mittee Senior Play '39. 




[26] 




1937-39 



Mary Virginia Curtis 

"Curt" 
101 Federal Street, Salem 



Eleanor Gascoigne Daniels 



Smith 



1938-39 



78 Chestnut Street, Andover 



Long hair and lashes. . .passion for skiing. ..phe- 
nomenal goalie in hockey .. .gorgeous red, hand- 
knit sweater. . .perfect for wear as Fire Chief. . . 
famous brother at Bowdoin. 

Fire Chief '39, Varsity Hockey '38, Numerals '39, 
Senior Play '39, Aeolian '39, Fidelio '39, Senior 
Picnic Committee '39. 



Quiet — until you know her. . .ski addict. ..sweet 
...museum trips. . .rivals Leland in knitting 
socks. 

Fidelio '39. 




[27] 





Nancy Elizabeth England 

"Nannie" 
1 Ledgewood Road, Winchester 



Carolyn Scoville Fisher 

" Fishie" 
Lakeville, Connecticut 



1934-39 

Dramatic finesse 
voice. . .dignity. . 
hello, Annapolis. 



1934-39 



University of Wisconsin 



. .dancing 
. wish for 



ability. . .beauty, 
nautical Abbot. . 



President Junior Class '35, President Junior-Mid 
Class "36, Choir '37 '38 '39, Fidelio '37 '38 '39, 
A.D.S. Society "38 '39, Treasurer A.D.S. '38, '39, 
A.D.S. Plays '38 '39, Senior-Mid Plays '38, Prom 
Usher '36, Prom Decorating Committee '38, En- 
tertainment Committee '39, Numerals '39, Senior 
Play '39, Class Song Leader '39. 



Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. . .that COLGATE smile 
. . .shines at skiing, skating, hockey, and tennis 
...inspiring talks in A. C.A. .. .infectious giggle 
...sense of humor .. .slight (?) leaning toward 
Reverie. 

President of A. C.A. '39, "A" Society '38, Numer- 
als '35, Chevrons '38 '39, President of "A" So- 
ciety '38, L.B.A. '37 '38, Choir '37 '38, Fidelio 
'37 '38 '39, President of Senior-Mid Class '38, 
Tea Dance Committee '38, Senior-Mid Plays '38, 
Varsity Baseball '35, Vice-President Class '35, 
Advisory Board '36-'39, Head of Ping-Pong '38, 
Class Student Government Representative '36, 
Secretary L.B.A. '38, Christmas Party '35-'38, 
Secretary Class '36, Prom Committee '39. 




[28] 




Henrietta Johnston Fletcher 

"Pat" 
Forest Hill, Lexington, Virginia 



1937-39 



Ho 1 1 ins 



Southern accent. . .liking for the North... es- 
pecially Hanover. . .extended Intervale week-end 
. . .sweeping lashes. . .restricted week-end. 

Varsity Track '38, Numerals '38, Secretary Ath- 
letic Association '38. 



Patricia Ingersoll Goss 

"Patsy" 

2936 Torrington Road, Shaker Heights, Cleveland, 
Ohio 



1938-39 



Bennington 



Dark curly hair . . . swell sense of humor . . .room 
with gorgeous French posters. . .frequent trips to 
Exeter .. .enviable English themes. 




[29] 




Virginia Montgomery Halsteatl 

"Ginny" 

783 East 18th Street, Brooklyn, New York 

1937-39 Harriet Melissa Mills Kindergarten School 

"Got anything to eat?" .. .magazines .. .sweet, 
with a helping hand . . . first to vote . . . chocolate 
grahams . . .perplexity plus. 

Senior Play Production Committee '39, Proctor 
Bonus '38, Gargoyle Entertainment Committee 
'39, Garden Party '38. 



Emily Katharine Harris 

"Kay" 
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York 



1936-39 



Radcliffe 



Former Sherman kiddy . ..literary light... quiescent 
mischief behind dignity. . . similarity to "Dizzy 
Dean". . dark hair, brown eyes, smile. . .person- 
ality plus. 

Numerals '38, Courant '37 '38 '39, Business Man- 
ager Courant '39... Choir '38 '39...Fidelio '37 '38 '39, 
Senior-Mid Plays '38, President Senior-Mid Class 
'38, Honor Roll '37, President Student Govern- 
ment '39, Varsity Baseball '37 '38, President Junior 
Class '37, Gargoyle Song Leader '38, Senior-Mid 
Tea Dance Committee '37, Varsity Hockey '39, 
Gargoyle Entertainment '39. 




[30] 





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Dorothy Moir Heidrich 

"Dottie" 

115 High Street, Peoria, Illinois 

1936-39 Connecticut 

Twin brother at P. A.... plus accompanying con- 
veniences. . .basketball ability at Abbot. . .inter- 
est at Yale. . .prom-trotter here and there. . .chair- 
man here . . .chaperon there. 

Floor Committee Tea Dance '37, Varsity Riding 
'37 '38 '39, Numerals '38, Chairman Prom Deco- 
rating Committee '38, Head of Basketball '38, 
President Philomatheia '38 '39, Rec. Room Com- 
mittee '38 '39, Fidelio '38 '39, Tea Dance Com- 
mittee '39, Captain Griffins '39, Entertainment 
Committee '39, Prom Chairman '39. 



Marjory Luce Hill 

"Hill" 

15 Glen Eagles Drive, Larchmont, New York 

1937-39 Vassar 

Kansas City and all points west. . .heated argu- 
ments . . . high eyebrows . . . sophisticated air . . . 
illustrious head oi Courant . . .her Williams man . . . 
poetic talents. 

Fidelio '37 '38 '39, Courant '37 '38 '39, Editor of 
Courant '38 '39, Varsity Hockey '37 '38, Honor 
Roll '37 '38 '39, Senior Play "39, Numerals '38, 
Garden Party '38, Cum Laude. 




[31] 





Joan Hubbard 

"Joanie" 
94 Concord Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 

1937-39 Wellesley 

Kelly green ... adores prunes — entailing, unhap- 
pily, pits ... fluffy angora ... great Danes... 
RAVENous locks. . .blue eyes. 

Fidelio '38 '39, Choir '39, Q.E.D. '39, Head of 
Archery '39, Numerals '39. 



Leah Mae Johnson 

148 Adams Street, New Bedford 

1938-39 Wheaton 

Friendly . . .knows all the answers ... a very present 
help . . . virtuoso at the piano . . . the eyes have it . . . 
gayety. 

Draper Dramatics '39, Press Chairman '39, Fi- 
delio '39, Senior Play Production '39. 




[32] 




Mary Adams Koch 

''Cherrie" 

797 Goodrich Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota 

1938-39 Radcliffe 



Girl of Golden West. . .writer of extra special 
poetry. . .sense of humor. . .neatness. . .debut. . . 
mice. 



Press Chairman '39. 



Barbara Clark Leland 

"Snuggles" 
635 Andover Street, Lowell 



1935-39 



Blue phaeton. . .the knitting business. . .Donald 
Duck. . .continual good humor. . .trips to Ber- 
muda and points south. . ."Chester" fields. 

Posture Marker '35, Honor Bonus '35, Nominating 
Committee '36, Treasurer Class '36, Numerals 
'36, Day Scholar Entertainment Committee '36, 
Fidelio *36 '37 '38 '39, "A" Society '38, Aeolian 
Society '38 '39. 








[33] 




Marjorie Ruth MacMullen 

"Mac" 
25 Brackett Road, Newton 

1937-39 Wheaton 

Eyes like two drops out of the Mediterranean . . . 
marvelous sense of humor. . .jitterbug. . .musical 
ability extended only to "Gleeson" Club... at- 
tractive smallness. . .sympathy plus continual 
dues stews. 

Student Government '38, Proctor Bonus '38, 
Senior-Mid Plays '38, Nominating Committee '38, 
Philomatheia '39, Secretary-Treasurer Philoma- 
theia '39, Treasurer A.C.A. '39, Advisory Board 
'39, Senior Play '39, Class Book Board '39, Christ- 
mas Partv '39, Senior Picnic Committee '39. 



Eleanor Martin 

"Bonnie" 
25 Grayfield Avenue, West Roxbury 

1936-39 

Long blond hair. . .glamour girl. . .college affilia- 
tions. . .always in a hurry. . .even to P. A. prom. 

Treasurer Senior Class '39, Secretary Senior-Mid 
Class '38, Treasurer Junior-Mid Class '37, Hiking 
Leader '39, Varsity Hockey '39, Numerals '38, 
Senior Plays '39, Senior-Mid Plays '38, A.D.S. '39, 
A.D.S. Plays '39, Draper Dramatics '38, Visitors 
Day Program '38, Senior Picnic Committee '39, 
Garden Party Committee '38, Griffin Entertain- 
ment '38, Prom Usher '37, Rec. Room Committee 
'39. 










[34] 





Florence Ames Mooney 

" Mooney" 

1952 Elm Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 

1937-39 Stoneleigh 

Smooth clothes. . .tidiest of third-floor rooms. .. 
favorite Page in the Yale Record. . .fluent Spanish 
. . .happy birthday, dear Mooney, happy birthday 
to you! 

Senior Play Production Committee '39. 



Sheila Mary Seiva Moore 



Fort Williams, Portland, Maine 
1938-39 

M.I.T. might. . .spelling. . .appendix vacation. . . 
at home in forty states. . .speech classeS. . .resem- 
blance to Joan Crawford. 




[35] 






Ann Brooks Oakman 

"Annie" 

15 Geddes Heights, Ann Arbor, Michigan 

1937-39 Rollins 

Petiteness. . .long blond hair. . quiet cyclone... 
holds own on stage, dance floor, horses. . .known 
by twister trail, winter week-end. . .which league 
Annie, New Haven or Michigan? 

Fidelio '38 '39, Tea Dance Committee '38, Senior- 
Mid Plays '38, Draper Dramatics '38, Entertain- 
ment Committee '39, Chairman Rec. Room Com- 
mittee '39, A.D.S. '39, Senior Play '39, Advisory 
Board '39, Christmas Party '39, Griffin Entertain- 
ment Committee '38, Athletic Council '39, Head 
of Golf '39, Prom Committee '39. 



Polly Ann Pancoast 

The Hotel Pancoast, Miami, Florida 



1936-39 



Wellesley 



Interested in music. . special interest in Dart- 
mouth band . . .visits to Nashua are always fun . . . 
what, no accent?. . ."won't you have an orange, 
straight from Miami?" 

Senior-Mid Plays '37, Draper Dramatics '37 '39, 
Tea Dance Committee '37, Prom Decorating Com- 
mittee '37, Senior-Mid Treasurer '38, Deck Tennis 
'38, Griffin Entertainment Committee '38, Num- 
erals '38, Entertainment Committee '38, Vice- 
President Student Council '39, Riding Head '39, 
Athletic Council '39, Hiking Leader '39, Secretary- 
Treasurer Aeolian '39, Secretary-Treasurer Grif- 
fins '39, Riding Varsity '37 '38, Aeolian '38 '39. 




[36] 




Carol Elizabeth Parker 

"Ca" "Parkie" 
147-37 Ash Avenue, Flushing, New York 



1936-39 



Connecticut 



Friendly feeling for P. A. .. .basketball guard... 
guiding light of Class Book. . .train acquaintances 
. . .wardrobe we envy. . .white orchids to "Ca". 

Editor-in-Chief of Class Book '39, Secretary Senior 
Class '39, Vice-President Senior-Mid Class '38, 
President Junior-Mid Class '37, Hiking Leader 
'39, Varsity Basketball '38 '39, Choir '38 '39, 
Fidelio '37 '38 '39, Aeolian '39, Senior-Mid Plays 
'38, Numerals '38, "A" Society '39, Varsity Base- 
ball '38, Senior Picnic Committee '39, Senior Ban- 
quet Decorating Committee '38, Class Marshal 
'38, Garden Party Committee '38, Gargoyle En- 
tertainment '39, Senior-Mid Banquet Committee 
'38, Prom Usher '37, Rec. Room Committee '39. 



Mary Ann Patterson 

"Patty" 
24 Johnson Road, Andover 



1938-39 



Sweet Briar 



Curls and then some... smile with dimples 
purple skirt and sweater. . .quiet but friendly, 
sense of humor. 








SiSS" 




[37] 




Patricia Elizabeth Perry 

"Patty" 

250 East Division Street, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 

1938-39 Connecticut 

Army bracelet mystery. . .Annapolis visit. ..natu- 
ral mop of curls. . .Midwestern corny trill... 
completely lovable. . .happy "comme" lucky. 



Lloyd Pierce 

"Piercy" 
35-05 163rd Street, Flushing, New York 

1937-39 Vassar 



Weak voice... poise, 
witness Cum Laude . 



.bridge... scholastic ability 



Business Manager Class Book '39, Vice-President 
Senior Class '39, Odeon '38 '39, Secretary-Trea- 
surer Odeon '39, Student Council '39, Varsity 
Hockey '39, Head of Hockey '39, Fidelio '39, 
Senior Play '39, Senior-Mid Plays '38, French 
Plays '38, Numerals '38, Honor Roll '37 '38, Ivy 
Speech '38, Griffin Entertainment Committee '38, 
Assistant Chairman Benefit Committee '38, Ath- 
letic Council '39, Hiking Leader '39, Draper Dra- 
matics '39, Cum Laude. 





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Audrey Elizabeth Rugg 

Audie " " Ruggid' ' 
521 Hudson Avenue, Newark, Ohio 



1936-39 



Denison University 



Effervescence plus ethyl. ..drama. ..fanatical pas- 
sion for state that's round at both ends and high 
in the middle. . .lawnmowers with rubber wheels. 

Varsity Track '37 '38 '39, Head of Track '38, 
Varsity Basketball '38, Numerals '37, "A" So- 
ciety '39, Chevron '39, Treasurer Junior Class, 
Vice-President Senior-Mid Class, A.D.S. '38 '39, 
President A.D.S. '39, Original Plays '37, Senior- 
Mid Plays, Draper Dramatics '38 '39, Senior 
Play, Garden Party '38, Entertainment Com- 
mittee '38 '39, Advisory Board '38, Class Book 
Board '39, Captain Fencing Team '39, Gargoyle 
Entertainment '37 '39, Gargoyle Captain '39, 
Honor Bonus '38. 



Adelle Sawyer 

"Sadie' ' 
840 Broadway, Bangor, Maine 



1937-39 



Bouv'e-Boston 



Matinee idol. . .optimistic. ..favorite nightspot — ■ 
"Leon and Eddy's" ... "don't get Icky" etc... 
nimble-toes on dance floor and track. 

President A. A. A. '39, Varsity Basketball '38 '39, 
Varsity Track '38, Senior-Mid Plays '38, Draper 
Dramatics '38 '39, Senior Play '39, A.D.S. '39, 
Student Council '39, Executive Board '39, Nu- 
merals '38, Proctor Bonus '38, Christmas Party '38, 
Fidelio '39. 




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Elizabeth Main Scanlan 

"Bobbie" "Robert" 

42 Hickory Drive, Maple wood, New Jersey 

2936-39 Hollins 

Perpetual motion — as with camera and otherwise 
...tweed jackets. . .dinner trips. . class crier 
. . .supports "Lister." 

Athletic Council '38 '39, Treasurer of Council '39, 
Q.E.D. '38 '39, President of Q.E.D. '39, Numerals 
'37, "A" Society '39, Student Government '38, 
Hiking Leader '39, Varsity Baseball '37 '38, Head 
of Baseball "38, Varsity Basketball '39, Senior- 
Mid Plays '38, Senior Play '39, French Plays '38, 
Class Book Board '39, Christmas Party '39, Gar- 
goyle Entertainment '37 '39, Chairman Gargoyle 
Entertainment '39, Senior Picnic Committee '39, 
Proctor Bonus '38, Merit Committee '38, Nomin- 
ating Committee '38. 



Charlotte Norton Skinner 

"Kiki" 
Lakeville, Connecticut 



1935-39 



Mt. Holyoke 



Infectious giggle . . . tall men . . . smooth figure . . . 
black shoes. . .cute. . .songbird. 

President Senior Class '39, Student Government 
'39, Choir '37 '38 '39, Fidelio '37 "38 '39, School 
Song Leader '38, Gargoyle Song Leader '39, "A" 
Society '38 '39, Numerals '36, Chevrons '38 '39, 
Odeon '37 '38 '39, Secretary-Treasurer Odeon '38, 
Class Book Board '39, Senior-Mid Plays '38, 
Head of Hiking '38, Tea Dance Committee '39, 
Entertainment Committee '38, Gargoyle Enter- 
tainment '37 '39. 




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Constance Smith 

"Connie" 
511 Hoffman Street, Elmira, New York 
1935-39 Harcum Junior College 

Affiliations with Duke, Bo wdoin, Princeton. .. 
marvelous smile . . . skiing prowess . . . lots of fun 
and energy. . .excels in dancing and all sports. . . 
fondness for ship rides and all they contain. 

Secretary Junior Class '35, Treasurer Junior-Mid 
Class '36, Numerals '35, Varsity Track '35, Var- 
sity Hockey '37 '38, Golf Team '38 L.B.A. 
'38 '39, President L.B.A. '38, '39, "A" Society 
'38, '39, Secretary and Treasurer "A" Society 
'38 '39, Prom Usher '36, Honor Roll '38, Senior- 
Mid Plays '38, Prom Decorating Committee '38, 
Class Book Board '39, Chevron '38, Draper Dra- 
matics '39. 



1934-39 



Jeanne Waugh 

18 William Street, Andover 



Wellesley 



Green LaSalle — and where it takes her... movie- 
goer, especially P. A. .. .effervescent laugh... 
talks in history — and other places too. 

Odeon '38 '39, President Odeon '39, Senior Play 
'39, Senior-Mid Tea Dance Committee '38, Junior- 
Mid Vice-President '37, Day Scholar's Entertain- 
ment '36, Numerals '35, Student Government '35, 
Prom Usher '37, Class Book Board '39. 




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Mary Woodman 

"Woodie" 
276 North Main Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

1935-39 Mount Holyoke 

Astonishing vocabulary .. .motherly instinct... 
piano playing. . .sewing. . .writing poetry. . .firm 
believer in higher education . . . namely Harvard . . . 
ideal Alpha girl. 

Fidelio '37 '38 '39, President Fidelio '39, Choir 
'38 '39, Aeolian '37 '38 '39, Advisory Board '38, 
President Aeolian '39, Christmas Party '38 '39, 
Stage Manager Senior-Mid Plays '38, Chairman 
Production Staff Senior Play '39, Chairman Bene- 
fit for Second Century Fund '38, Vice-President 
A.C.A. '39, Nominating Committee '37, Numerals 
'38, Honor Roll '37, Head of Hiking '39, Cum 
Laude. 




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9niesuMiL 



e 



Sure a little bit of Heaven 

Fell from out the sky one day, 

And it nestled in New Hampshire 

Not so many miles away; 

And when the angels found it 

Sure it looked so sweet and fair, 

They said, "Suppose we leave it, 

For it looks so peaceful there." 

So they sprinkled it with sunshine 

Just to make the pine trees grow; 

They're the finest ones than can be found 

No matter where you go. 

And they placed the mountains 'round it 

Just to keep away the gale, 

And when they had it finished, 

Sure they called it Intervale! 

February 4-7, 1939, Intervale, New Hampshire 



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Abbot, Abbot, I've been thinking 
What a fine world this would be 
If you could all spend your week-ends 
Up at Intervale with me. 




Jleaswl m PaAMwa 



Lush (appropriately shocked): Sadie, did you eat without your shoes? 

Sadie (unabashed*): I certainly didn't eat with them! 

Connie described the lights in a theatre as "gondoliers." Maybe it was the company! 

"Fish," singing lustily, "Sam and eggs for breakfast!" 

Nannie (on viewing Intervale' s male contingent): There's your chance to go steady! 

Mr. Emerson (as Annie returned from a "quick one" on the twister trail): Been snowing in 

them thar hills? 
Continuous performance — daily through midnight: "Happy birthday, dear Mooney!" 
Annie: Bo, Bellows and I have bunks. 
Bobo: Hm — furnishings to fit the personality at Maple Villa! 



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een in 

Connie late-ly learning subtle fascinations of — poker. 

Riddle — guess who! Sitting on the back wall in the movies, reminding us of six black 

cats on Hallowe'en. Answer — Ca, Bellows, Bonnie, Leland, Hill and Waugh. 
Miss Hearsey catching on, oh so quickly, to the art of tipping one's sugar into one's 

tea. Significance — he really cares. 
Roger defending himself against a literal bombardment of snowballs on the station 

platform. 
Fishie, Kiki, and Mac on snowshoes for the first time — and to their horror Miss 

Hearsey's camera catching all the downs. (There were no ups!) 
Nimble dancing feet in ski boots until the novelty wore off, or maybe it was the 

strength. Then came socks! 
Connie and Sadie in circles to ' 'Hold Tight. ' ' 

And Well Aeu&i tf-QA<fd 

The thrill of seeing feet of snow — and Intervale. 

The beauty of the mountains in the bright sun of Saturday morning. 

The excitement of the ski tow and the heights to which it could take us. 

The brilliance of the moon as we rode to the movies. 

The Sunday night supper under the pines and stars, with an open fire and frankfurters 

to cook. 
The peace of sitting together before the fire as Miss Hearsey read aloud and Woodie 

played the "Moonlight Sonata." 
The ties of friendship made and strengthened by our days of common experience and 

comradeship. 
The mingled joy and sadness of returning to familiar faces and places. 

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9ritesw.ale M(ma£ 



Tune: Sweet Rosy 0' Grady 

I once knew an Indian 

Who exclaimed to me, 

"I don't get this skiing game, 

It's foolish as can be! 

Woosh! you go, then climb a mile!" 

Well, maybe he's not wrong, 

But if I could stay at Intervale 

I'd ski my whole life long. 



Tune: Take Me Out to the Ball Game 

Take me back to New Hampshire, 
Take me back to The Inn, 
Give me some skates and skis and poles, 
Give me some snow to fill up the holes 
Where I fell while doing the Christie; 
Think nothing of broken knees ! 
For we'll soon be back to our books 
And to memories. 



Tune: Merry Widow Walt% 

We've been skating, we've been skiing, 

We've had. fun, 

Broken bindings, aching shoulders, 

Now it's done; 

Though we've left no broken limbs 

Up among the hills, 

Ne'ertheless we've left our hearts 

Where we had spills. 



Tune: The Old Apple Tree 

There's a little old Inn in New Hampshire 

Which will live in my memory, 

Where we had flapjacks for breakfast, 

Where we shared our Simmons mattresses, 

Where we skied on our pants and our knees. 

Say good-bye, say good-bye, 

Say good-bye to the swift Twister Trail, 

We'll remember when we're eighty 

How we coasted down at sixty 

'Round the pines and the peaks of Intervale. 



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More good food and lots of fun, 
Good ski trails and lots of sun, 
Snow-mobiles and ski tows too 
W ith toboggans there for you. 



Have you done your English?" 



Ugh! A French test!" 



"Catch that kitty!" 




"I'm starved!" 



Turn the vie down!" 




"Oh! I've got two!" 



"Shhh!' 



"Come on, Gargoyles!" 



"Come on, Griffins!" 




. . . indecision . . . doubts . . . fears 
. . . hasty telegrams . . . program 
rush . . . hall enhanced by lantern 
light . . . garland -festooned trellises 
much too low for god-like youths to 
enter by . . . corsages sentj some leisurely y some breath- 
lesslyj by well-meaning escorts . . . yards of ribbon 
flowing from tiny bows coyly placed in smart coiffures 
. . . Circle an open thoroughfare . . . music with a 
Spanish touch . . . au revoir till we meet again 



Miss Hearsey and 
Dottie Heidrich, Chairman 



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As we look back on Abbot years 
And call to mind our joys and fears, 
The friendships made, 
The experience shared, 
Intangibles to which we cling, 
We see the meaning of this ring. 



Though soon our paths will lie apart 

Though new careers for us will start, 

We, unafraid, 

Hopes, unimpaired, 

Can face whate'er the years will bring 

Because we have our Senior ring. 



May this reminder keep us true 

To our ideals, and hopes renew; 

When doubts invade 

And we have dared 

To falter at life's unkind sting, 

May we be strengthened by this ring. 



Charlotte Skinner 



j nee a>cma 



Recall, O Tree, more than this sheltered life 

When shortly it is done. 
Recall that here we half-perceived the heights 

Awaiting to be won. 
The careless days of childhood lie behind; 

Our lives stretch on before. 
We glimpse new realms, and our untried, young minds 

Would hasten to explore. 



If visions, touched by Truth's harsh breath, should fade, 

If Wisdom proves unkind, 
Destroying that sweet, blissful, trusting faith 

Which lulled the dormant mind, 
If, facing light, to a far kindlier shade 

Our aching eyes would turn, 
Recall to us the will which here was ours 

To live, and living, learn. 

Marjory Hill 

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RING SONG 



Years rilled with loveliness of life, 
Of work, of play, are centered 'round 
These walls, tradition bound, here where 
Deep-reaching happiness was found. 



Days spent in following visions bright, 
Days rilled full of sun and laughter, 
Of learning how to live with life — 
These will stay whate'er comes after. 



These years will be within our hearts, 

A heritage we'll not forget. 

Our gleaming rings reminding us 

Of standards high, which here we set. 



Mary Woodman 



TREE SONG 
Live and grow 

O thou, the noblest of nature's peers, 
Reminding those to come of conquered years, 
That they, through love of thee, new faith may know, 
Live, and grow. 

Live and sing, 

Thou minstrel of the winds, new tales and old, 
Of work accomplished and of joys untold. 
To those of future years our spirit bring, 
Live and sing. 



Live and pray, 

Spread out thy sheltering shade for great and small, 

And with thy benediction bless them all. 

Retell the treasured meaning of this day, 

Live — and pray. 

Mary Adams Koch 



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. . . Q.E. D.j Stu G Council and Yearbook 
Board meeting all announced for the same 
moment! . . whafs a girl to do? However — 
where would we be without our many 

and ^OCietieA, giv- 
ing opportunity for extra-curricular effort 
on the things which interest us most . . . 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Supervises general order of school through Executive Committee, Council, 
special committees and proctors. . .discusses suggestions and petitions regard- 
ing school disciplinary system. . sends representatives to school rating com- 
mittee. . .conducts all elections. 

COUNCIL 

Top Row: 

J. Davey, M. Prudden, A. Sawyer, J. Webster, L. Pierce. 

Second Row: 

D. Jones, M. Howard, C. Fisher, E. Alden, R. Rathbone, B. Hill, A. 
Rivinius, B. Harris, Joan Waugh. 

Bottom Row: 

C. Skinner, J. Proctor, M. Woodman, F. Cross, Secretary; K. Harris, 
President; P. Pancoast, Vice-President; D. Sawyer, C. Eaton, E. Cole. 



ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 

Welcomes new girls with a party. . . holds vesper services . . . conducts Golden 
Rule dinners for increasing contributions to various worthy causes . . . gives 
a Christmas party for needy Andover children . . . plans the fall Senior teas. 

OFFICERS 

M. MacMullen, Treasurer; C. Fisher, President; M. Woodman, Vice-President; 
J. Proctor, Secretary. 



ABBOT ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

Every girl a member. . .rival teams. . .Gargoyles and Griffins. . .promotes 
efficiency and sportsmanship of all, rather than of the few. . .furthers inter- 
est in sports and physical fitness. 

OFFICERS 

E. Alden, Vice-President; A. Sawyer, President; H. Fletcher, Secretary; E. Scan- 
Ian, Treasurer. 

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CHOIR 

Under the direction of Miss Friskin. . .leads morning chapel singing. . .sings 
for Sunday vespers. . .enjoyable traditions such as singing carols at the old 
folks' home and in the corridors the morning Christmas vacation begins. 

Back Rote: B. Brooks, P. Crocker, N. England, B. Bobst, President; C. Fisher, 
C. Parker, K. Harris. 

Front Row: F. Cross, M. Woodman, J. Hubbard, J. Proctor, D. Jones, C. Skin- 
ner, E. Travis, M. Hall. 

Absent:]. Nelson. 



FIDELIO 

The "glee club" of Abbot. . .directed by Mr. Howe. . .concert dances with 
Exeter and Governor Dummer . . . anthems at Christmas and Easter services . . . 
and commencement. 

Top Roiv: K. Harris, E. Daniels, S. Bradley, L. Pierce, J. Hubbard, A. Shields, 
J. Carlson, C. Bittner, M. Meyer, Joan Waugh. 

Second Roiv: C. Cross, G. Randolph, B. Brown, B. Fowler, F. Chandler, A. 
Sawyer, J. Littauer, B. Leland, N. England, D. Heidrich, E. Travis, 
Pianist; M. Woodman, President; A. Oakman, J. Proctor, H. Stott, M. 
Dean, P. Crocker, M. Howard, M. Hall, C. Robinson, P. Williams, 
J. Cowles, M. Curtis, D. Schwiebert. 

Third Row: C. Skinner, C. Fisher, C. Parker, A. Rivinius, M. Grout, L. John- 
son, S. Cole, D. Sawyer. 

Bottom Row: D. Jones, M. Chase, M. Hill, S. Long, A. Schoepflin, R. Poore, 
B. Bobst, B. Brooks, F. Cross. 

Absent: O. Butler, N. Eccles, S. Hamilton, M. Little. 



YEARBOOK 

Conferences with publisher, photographer, engraver, each other. . .pasting 
pictures. . .hours of writing — drawing — snapping candids — eavesdropping 
— talking. . .last minute rush! 

Back Row: L. Pierce, Business Manager; B. Bobst, Art Editor; C. Parker, Editor- 
in-Chief; A. Rugg, Literary Editor; M. Mac Mullen, Literary Editor. 

Front Row: E. Scanlan, Photographic Editor; C. Skinner, Ex-Officio; Jeanne 
Waugh, Assistant Business Manager, 

Absent: Constance Smith, Literary Editor. 

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P. Pancoast, D. Heidrich, S. Cole, L. Pierce, L. Buchanan, J. Webster, N. Harrison, 

B. Ellis, A. Rugg 
J. Hubbard, E. Scanlan, H. Fletcher, A. Sawyer, E. Alden, M. Chase, M. Hall, 

R. Poore, M. Woodman 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

Made up of athletic directors and association officers together with heads of major 
sports elected by the student body. . .arranges sports program. . .field days. . .Gar- 
goyle-Griffin awards and points . . . 



HEADS OF MAJOR SPORTS 


HEADS OF MINOR SPORTS 


Hockey 


Lloyd Pierce 


Archery 


Joan Hubbard 


Basketball 


Shirley Hamilton 


Badminton 


Lucia Buchanan 


Tennis 


Molly Chase 


Croquet 


Ruth Poore 


Kid in g 


Polly Pancoast 


Deck Tennis 


Joan Webster 


Baseball 


Nancy Harrison 


Hiking 


Mary Woodman 


Track 


Marguerite Hall 


Ping- Pong 


Betty Ellis 


Golf 


Ann Oakman 


Skiing 


Sally Cole 




OFFICERS 


Skating 


Gisela Bolten 


President 


Adelle Sawyer 


CLUB CAPTAINS 


Vice-President 


Ellen Alden 






Secretary 


Henrietta Fletcher 


Gargoyles 


Audrey Rugg 


Treasurer 


Elizabeth Scanlan 


Griffins 


Dorothy Heidrich 



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"A" SOCIETY 

Two hundred and fifty points plus a High Beta rating is required for membership . . . 
privilege of wearing the A. . .annual picnic at Ipswich. . .four hundred and fifty 
points for a blazer! 



President 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Marguerite Hall 
Constance Smith 



Gisela Bolten 
Sally Cole 
Carolyn Fisher 
Barbara Leland 



Charlotte Skinner 



Carol Parker 
Audrey Rugg 
Doris Sawyer 
Elizabeth Scanlan 



Elise Duncan 
Mary Elliot 



BLAZERS, 1938 



Diana Greene 
Mary Toohey 




B. Leland, E. Scanlan, D. Sawyer, C. Parker, M. Hall, A. Rugg, C. Smith, S. Cole, 

C. Fisher, C. Skinner 

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ABBOT DRAMATIC SOCIETY 



Originated in 1924 by girls interested in dramatic expression. . .started this year with 
rehearsals for "Curse You Jack Dalton" and "Everybody's Husband". . .presented a 
short skit "He Came Seeing" at A.D.S. special chapel. . .studied the art and applica- 
tion of theatrical make-up. 



President 



Audrey Rugg 



Sally Cole 
Nancy England 
Evelyn Gottschalk 



Adelle Sawyer 



Eleanor Martin 
Ann Oakman 
Jacqueline Proctor 




S. Cole, E. Martin E. Gottschalk, J. Proctor, A. Rugg, A. Sawyer, A. Oakman, 

N. England 

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D. Jones, B. Leland, C. Parker, M. Woodman, M. Curtis, B. Bobst, P. Pancoast, 

E. Travis, Miss Friskin, Adviser 



AEOLIAN 

Holds meetings in the music room where fine records are heard, Old English rounds 
and madrigals are sung, and Miss Friskin plays in her own inimitable way. . .pre- 
sented a Christmas cantata at a special chapel service ... oh memories of hysterical 
rehearsals . . .founded in 1927 by music lovers. 



President 



Mary Woodman 



Barbara Bobst 
Mary Curtis 
Doris Jones 



Elizabeth Travis 



Barbara Leland 
Polly Pancoast 
Carol Parker 



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C. Robinson, K. Bixby, A. Warburg, E. Balcke, M. Hill, J. Cowles, K. Harris, F.Cross 



COURANT 

Founded in 1873 ■ .publishes in February and May The Abbot Courant . . .selects and 
edits the contributions of students, members or otherwise. . .presented a discussion of 
the work of Dorothy Thompson together with selections of her writings at special 
chapel. 



Editor-in-Chief 
Business Editor 



Marjory Hill 
Frances Cross 



Eleanor Balcke 
Kathryn Bixby 
Jeanne Cowles 



Literary Editors 



Katharine Harris 
Christine Robinson 
Andrea Warburg 



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LES BEAUX ARTS 



Founded in 1935 for the purpose of studying the great masterpieces in art and discover- 
ing wherein their greatness lies . . .made up of girls most interested in all forms of art 
. . . has studied this year Egyptian art particularly, presenting many of its outstanding 
principles in dramatic and scenic form at special chapel . . . took trips to museums in 
Boston. 



President 



Constance Smith 



Ellen Alden 
Carolyn Fisher 
Marguerite Hall 
Joan Killian 
Jane Littauer 



Margaret Prudden 
Priscilla Russ 
Doris Sawyer 
Betty Weaver 
Jane Wilson 




J. Wilson, C. Smith, B. Weaver, D. Sawyer, J. Littauer 
M. Prudden, M. Hall, P. Russ, C. Fisher, E. Alden 

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ODEON 



One of the two oldest societies. . .founded in 1905. . .represents literary interests of 
the school. . .specialized this year in the poetry and plays of English authors. 



President 



Jeanne Waugh 



Carolyn Bittner 
Lucia Buchanan 
Olive Butler 



Charlotte Skinner 



Joan Carlson 
Molly Chase 
Lloyd Pierce 




O. Butler, L. Pierce, C. Bittner, M. Chase, J. Waugh, L. Buchanan, C. Skinner, 

J. Carlson 

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W. Wiglesworth, B. Bellows, D. Heidrich, M. MacMullen, E. Spear, G. Randolph, 
C. Cross, B. Brown, P. Crocker, Miss Tucker, Adviser 



PHILOMATHEIA 

Philomatheia Society. . .founded in 1924 to aid the development of interest in girls 
with a natural bent toward science. . .trip to rubber factory. . .experiments in Chem- 
istry Lab. . .chapel service debunking cosmetics. 



President 



Dorothy Heidrich 



Barbara Bellows 
Barbara Brown 
Phyllis Crocker 
Carolyn Cross 



Marjorie MacMullen 
Gloria Randolph 
Ellen Spear 
Winifred Wiglesworth 



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J. Webster, J. Hubbard, S. Hamilton, E. Scanlan, Miss Smith, Adviser, A. Rivinius. 

B. Moser, M. Howard 



Q. E. D. 



Debating society founded in 1920. . .usually gives two debates a year. . .conducts the 
giving of the daily "News" in the dining room. . .holds press conferences. . .elects 
press chairman. . .gala parties. 



President 



Elizabeth Scanlan 



Gisela Bolten 
Shirley Hamilton 
Joan Hubbard 



Joan Webster 



Mary Howard 
Betty Moser 
Anne Rivinius 



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HONOR A— 1938 

MARY REMINGTON ELLIOT 



CUM LAUDE 

1938 
MARGARET COMSTOCK 
JEAN CROSS 
ELISE DUNCAN 
CONSTANCE THURBER 
JANE VOGT 

1939 
MARJORY HILL 
LLOYD PIERCE 
MARY WOODMAN 



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GRIFFINS 

Tune: Washington and Lee Swing 

Come all you Griffins, come and fall in line, 
We're going to have a simply wonderful time 
We're going to show those Gargoyles we won't yield, 
And we're the only team that's sure to win the shield, 
We're going to yell and yell for th' orange and black 
For all the Griffins want to come right back, 
We're going to send those Gargoyles back to bed! 
The Griffin Orange and Black! 



GARGOYLES 

Tune: Ohio State Marching Song 

Marching, marching down the field 

The Gargoyles on Parade; 

Setting earth reverberating 

For we're off to make the grade; 

Banner green and mascot so bold, 

Sportsmanship and valor uphold, so, 

Hail, Hail to Victory 

For the Gargoyles will win today! 



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. . . the 1939 Winner will be announced to- 



day . . . here's hoping! . . . anyway Til bet 
on the team that hasn't let a chance go by 
of taking advantage of the infinitely varied 
^pXjLfyfo program that Abbot offers . . . 




CLUB CAPTAINS 

Dorothy Heidrich, Griffin 
Audrey Rugg, Gargoyle 

WINNER IN 1938- GARGOYLES 



SONG LEADERS 

Elizabeth Travis, School 
Charlotte Skinner, Gargoyle 
Barbara Leland, Griffin 





VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM 

K. Harris, E. Balcke, M. Curtis, L. Pierce, M. Spaulding, M. Howard 
B. Leland, E. Martin, C. Smith, J. Nelson, C. Cross 




VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 

M. Hall, A. Rugg, A. Sawyer, C. Parker, D. Harvey, E. Scanlan 

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VARSITY TENNIS TEAM 

Beverley Winslow, Winner of Singles 
Doris Sawyer, Kunner-Up 




HORSEMANSHIP 

P. Pancoast, P. Williams, D. Heidrich, J. Curran 

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However perfect the finished production may seem, there are always little back- 
stage slips that (we hope) are noticed only by the director, the cast and maybe Mr. 
Robb! Think how our impressive hero must feel when his lines and his actions de- 
mand the withdrawal of the ring and the license from his pocket and he discovers too 
late that he has forgotten both! What happens when a barrel is to be rolled out from 
behind a screen, but after a feverish search it is discovered, to the horror of all con- 
cerned, that it has been standing in full view of the audience all the time? And then 
to have the onlookers find to their great amusement that there is no bottom in the 
barrel ! Even if this incident has long been forgotten by the audience, we doubt if it has 
left the minds of the cast of — oh dear, we forget — was it one of the Senior-Mid Plays? 

We know there are at least two Seniors who remember a sudden crash in the mid- 
dle of their heavy love scene. It was only a picture off the set falling onto a table, but 
it must have seemed like the crash of the whole performance to those involved. 

It's always encouraging when the main character makes his grand entrance and 
all the decorations fall dramatically on his head! 

Why do telephones and doorbells always ring long, painful moments too late 
when the lines make a big issue of them? Or brother fails to indicate departure until 
sister sets him off with a start toward the nearest exit with the unexpected question, 
"Where are you going?" 

There are many accidents that are amusing to look back upon, but oh, how tragic 
they seem at the time! Yet what would amateur shows be without them — and in 
spite of all, "Gray" days make Grade A plays! 



[74] 







. . . in desk cleaning today found many old 
play -programs which spelled 2u ; IGM1XaZicA' 
. . . "Quality Street's trick chapeaux . . . 
nearly cooking our own Goose with our Talon 
Troubles . . . Jack Dalton and his glamorous 
sister . . . hearing Dieguilla's fandango as 
the women had their way . . . 




THE ABBOT DRAMATIC SOCIETY 

presented on December 10, 1938 

EVERYBODY'S HUSBAND 

by Gilbert Cannan 

Eleanor Martin 

Adelle Sawyer 

Jacqueline Proctor 

Audrey Rugg 

Nancy England 

Sally Cole 



A Girl 

Her Mother 

Her Grandmother 

Her Great-Grandmother 

A Maid 

A Domino 



The scene is a girl's bedchamber 
and 

CURSE YOU JACK DALTON 

(or The Villain Still Pursues Her!) 

An Old-fashioned Melodrama by Wilbur Braun 



Mrs. Donna Dalton, an aristocratic matron, who has a heart of stone 

Eloise Dalton, her daughter, who has a tender heart 

Jack Dalton, our manly hero, who has a heart of gold . 

Anna Alvarado, who has a heart of granite .... 

Eggbert Van Horn, a deep-dyed villain, who has no heart at all 

Bertha Blair, -poor but honest, who has a heart filled with goodness 

Richard Blair, her brother, who has a heart filled with hope 

Scene: The Dalton mansion on Fifth Avenue, New 



Nancy England 
Eleanor Martin 
Adelle Sawyer 
Jacqueline Proctor 
Audrey Rugg 
Ann Oakman 
Sally Cole 
York City 



(No restraint upon your applause. The audience will be permitted in due measure to 
give vent to its natural impulses at all times during the play, although it is respect- 
fully urged to reserve its principal outbursts for the fall of the curtain. 
Ladies and gentlemen do not need to be cautioned concerning the cracking of peanuts 
during the performance. Others will refrain from doing so. Do not hiss the villain; 
only throw tomatoes. Babes in arms not admitted.) 

The management thanks you. 
Director, Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 




[76] 




THE SENIOR MIDDLE CLASS 

presented on February 18, 1939 
Three One-Act Plays in Honor of the Seniors 



Miss Fanny Willoughby 
Miss Willoughby . 
Miss Henrietta Turnbull 
Miss Susan Throssell 
Miss Phoebe Throssell 
Patty 

A Recruiting Officer 
Valentine Brown 



The Caller 
The Laborer 
The Poet 
The Clerk 
The Policeman 
The Servant 



Emma 

Kitty 

Peter . 

Yetta Goldstein 

Mrs. Bonelli 

Mrs. Ole Oleson 

Mrs. Patrick Haggerty . 

Mrs. Tammas MacPhairson 

Tommy Browning . 

A Visiting Nurse 

Largo Johnson . 

Mrs. X. Y. Smythe 



QUALITY STREET 
by James Barrie 



THE LOST SILK HAT 
by Lord Dunsany 



RICH MAN POOR MAN 
by Bertha Burrill 



Anne Rivinius 

Mary Howard 

Amelia Shields 

Evelyn Gottschalk 

Elizabeth Travis 

Patricia Elliot 

Gisela Bolten 

Jeanne Cowles 



Bettie Weaver 

Joan Carlson 

Gertrude Wind 

Nancy Eccles 
Marie Bertram 

Eleanor Knox 



Molly Chase 

Doris Sawyer 

. Joan Webster 

Betty Moser 

Shirley Hamilton 

Danna Whitlock 

Anne Schoepflin 

Christine Robinson 

Adeline Waterhouse 

Marguerite Hall 

Phyllis Crocker 

Barbara Fowler 



Director, Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 
[77] 




Bernard Ingals 
Eunice Ingals 
Noel Derby 
Leo Day 
Rhoda 

Julia Murdoch 
Mrs. Bradley . 
Hugh Ingals 
Ronald Murdoch 
Lois Ingals 
Bradley Ingals 
Dagmar Carroll 
Elliott Kimberley 
Robert Stevenson 



THE SENIOR CLASS 

presented on March 18, 1939 

THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH 
by Lewis Beach 



Adelle Sawyer 
Nancy England 
Lucia Buchanan 
Mary Curtis 
Elizabeth Scanlan 
Marjory Hill 
Marjorie MacMullen 
Lloyd Pierce 
Dorothy Heidrich 
Ann Oakman 
Audrey Rugg 
Eleanor Martin 
. Jeanne Waugh 
Barbara Bellows 



Director, Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 



Properties . 
Sound Effects 
Posters and Programs 
Wardrobe . 
Scenery 



PRODUCTION STAFF 
Mary Woodman, Chairman 




Virginia Halstead 

Florence Mooney 

. Barbara Bobst 

Frances Cross 

Messrs. Tyler and Hammer 



[78] 



Concha Puerto . 

Juanita La Rosa 

Santita 

Dono Belen 

Angela 

Pilar 

Dieguilla 

A Village Girl . 

Adolfo . 

Don Julian 

Don Cecilio 

Pepe Lora 

Guitarra 

The Sacristan 



DRAPER DRAMATICS 

presented on June 3, 1939 

THE WOMEN HAVE THEIR WAY 

by 

Helen and Hurley 
Granville-Barker 



Audrey Rugg 

Elizabeth Travis 

Jacqueline Proctor 

. Gisela Bolten 

Evelyn Gottschalk 

Constance Smith 

Leah Johnson 

Polly Pancoast 

Jeanne Cowles 

Adelle Sawyer 

Lloyd Pierce 

. Joan Webster 

Gertrude Wind 

Mary Spaulding 



Stage Manager, Sheila Moore 
Director, Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray 



[79] 



^JUe Panima <Jlumw 



Father, I know that all my life 

Is portioned out for me; 
The changes that are sure to come 

I do not fear to see; 
But I ask Thee for a present mind 

Intent on pleasing Thee. 

I ask Thee for a thoughtful love 

Through constant watching wise, 

To meet the glad with joyful smiles, 
And to wipe the weeping eyes, 

And a heart at leisure from itself, 
To soothe and sympathize. 

Wherever in the world I am 

In whatsoe'er estate, 
I have a fellowship of hearts 

To keep and cultivate; 
And a work of lowly love to do 

For the Lord on whom I wait. 

So I ask Thee for the daily strength 

To none that ask denied, 
And a mind to blend with outward life 

While keeping at Thy side; 
Content to fill a little space 

If Thou be glorified. 



[80] 




. . . the kids were in "b'fore lights" trying to 
decide what the score was on the tea dance 
. . . who made time and how . . . how some 
of the drips ever got into the stag linej and 
other r^lCL^C . . . decided to "go hag } next 
time . . . no bull! . . . 









19 3 9 CLASS 

Ann Oakman, Most Personality Nancy England, Best Looking 
Kay Harris, Best-All-Round Audrey Rugg, Class Wit 

Marjorie MacMullen, First To Succeed 
Connie Smith, First To Be Married 
Carolyn Fisher, Most Absent-Minded 
Kiki Skinner, Best Figure 

Sadie Sawyer, Best Athlete 
Carol Parker, Best Dressed 







STATISTICS 

Bonnie Martin, Best Actress Nancy England, Best Dancer 

Lloyd Pierce, Most Poised Marjory Hill, Class Poet 
Kiki Skinner, Most Popular 
Florence Mooney, Most Pessimistic 
Kay Harris, Most Versatile 
Mary Woodman, Class Musician 

Barbara Bobst, Class Artist 

Connie Smith, Most Attractive 





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Johnny Quill . 

Black-eyed Susan 

Sweet William(j) 

Sun Flower 

Indian Pipe . 

Bridal Wreath 

Fringed Gentian 

Tulips . 

Samphire 

Baby ' s Breath 

Na"stu"chum 

Elderberry 

Bachelor Button 

Fern(on) 

Shamrock (jrom K.elly) 

Violet 

Butter and Eggs 

Crocus 

Morning Glory 

Lady Slipper 

Polly hock 

White Orchid 

Trailing Arbutus 

Hyacinth 

Tiger Lily 

Bouncing Bet 

Jack-in-the-Pulpit 

Forget-Me-Not 

Date Palm 

Dog Would . 

D anil ion 

Wisteria 

Trillium 

Prairie Flower 

Moor Heather . 

Marygold 

Sweet P 



Alden 

Bellows 

Bobst 

Buchanan 

Butler 

Cross 

Curtis 

England 

Fisher 

Fletcher 

Harris 

Halstead 

Heidrich 

Hill 

Hubbard 

Leland 

MacMullen 

Martin 

Mooney 

Oakman 

Pancoast 

Parker 

Pierce 

Sawyer 

Scanlan 

Skinner 

Smith 

Waugh 

Woodman 

Daniels 

Goss 

Johnson 

. Koch 

. Moore 

Patterson 

Perry 



[85] 



a>et t& MuAJe 



Art for Art s Sake 

The Belle of the Blue Ridge . 

Undecided .... 

Study in Red 

Fair Harvard . 

Flat- Foot F loo gee 

It s Going to Be a Great Day 

The Cherry Hop 

My Buddy 

Sin gin Sam . 

Johnny -One-Note . 

There Is a Tavern 

I Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze 

You Go to My Head 

Georgie Peorgie Puddin and Pie 

Keep the Sunny Side up 

Nice Work if You Can Get it 

Sweet Violet 

Sailor Beware . 

I Cant Face the Music 

Riding High . 

Cry Baby Cry 

And the Angels Sing 

Let Me Whisper . 

T ve Taken a Fancy to You 

Any Old Time 

Stop and Consider . 

Life Is a Song 

There 's a Picture in Your Eyes 

You re an Education 

Dream Dust .... 

Ten Little Miles from Town 

Why My Heart Says Sing . 

Where in the World 

The U.S.A. and You 

You re a Natural 

Merrily We Live . 



Halstead 

Fletcher 

Patterson 

. Connie 

Kiki 

Bonnie 

Franny 

Koch 

Audie 

Fish 

Ellen 

Drunk 

P.P. 

Annie 

. Ca 

Mooney 

Woodie 

Snuggles 

Nanny 

Bellows 

Polly 

Bobbie 

Bobo 

Pierce 

Curt 

Mac 

Harris 

Hill 

Daniels 

Goss 

Butler 

Hubbard 

Leah 

Moore 

Waugh 

Sadie 

Lush 



[86] 




Vkz i/em 193$-f939 m ReuiewL 



OCTOBER 

Monday 3 
Saturday 8 

Sunday 9 

Saturday 15 

Sunday 16 
Friday 28 
Saturday 29 

Sunday 30 

NOVEMBER 
Tuesday 1 

Saturday 5 

Sunday 6 
Friday 11 

Saturday 12 
Sunday 13 
Saturday 19 

Sunday 20 
Monday 21 



School opened a week late — Hurricane! It's an ill wind. . . 

Old girls met new girls at Abbot Swing Party — games, dancing, fun 

for all. 

Senior Teas — gained three pounds in three hours ! Miss Hearsey spoke 

on "Minorities and Majorities." 

Senior Picnic at Ipswich — wading, baseball, hot dogs, big fire on the 

beach. Conviction that we really are Seniors at last! 

Vespers led by Mr. Richardson. Need we say more? 

Nobility as guest — the Countess of Listowel! 

Hallowe'en — witches, ghosts and goblins smarty all made merry at 

a party! Mr. Howe in skirts baffled the entire assembled multitude. 

The Reverend Vivian T. Pomeroy. Cold shape! 

Faculty Reception — Faculty doing the worrying; Seniors the hurry- 
ing! Welcome to Miss M. D. Baker, Miss Hilda Baynes, Miss Coolidge 
Miss Hill, Miss Rhodes, Miss Smith and Miss Tuttle. 
Kingsland Marionettes — at which we are introduced to puppets from 
every land and of every age. 
A.C.A. Candlelight Vespers. 

Miss Childs of Choate School spoke at special Armistice Day Chapel 
service. 

Our last torchlight parade; also heart flutterings — but not our last. 
Mr. Baldwin led vespers — P.A.'s favorite chaplain. 
Fall Field Day postponed because of rain; Senior corridor stunts by 
those seniors not on week-ends. 

Dr. J. Edgar Park, president of Wheaton College, speaker at vespers. 
Fall Field Day two days late — vision confused by green Gargoyles 
and orange Griffins. 

[87] 



Wednesday 23 Seventy-fifth presentation of our traditional Thanksgiving Service. 
First School Tea of the year in the Rec Room with A. A. A. hostess- 
ing and presenting awards for fall sports. 

Thursday 24 Thanksgiving holiday ending in a blizzard! 



DECEMBER 

Saturday 3 

Saturday 10 
Friday 16 

Saturday 17 



Sunday 18 

Monday 19 

Tuesday 20 

JANUARY 

Thursday 5 



Tea Dance for upperclassmen followed by Hampton Institute 

Quartet concert — beautiful songs by beautiful voices. 

A.D.S. plays — melodrama returning to its own! 

Aeolian conducted chapel and sang a beautiful Christmas Cantata. 

Christmas Party for Andover children — the sort of thing that 

makes one feel good inside. Excited squeals from many a tot — 

Santa Claus — happy faces. 

Christmas Service — entire school in white — impressively lovely 

with great lighted tree and a shining star overhead. 

Christmas Dinner — great undercurrent of excitement — table songs — 

ice cream in Christmas molds — carol sing in McKeen Rooms. 

Vacation! Enfin! Bumpy bus to Boston — many good-byes called 

across the station. 



Saturday 



7 



Sunday 8 

Saturday 14 



Had to come back four days early because of lost time in September. 
It was an ill wind! 

"Oslo to the Midnight Sun" — lecture with movies. Was Deep in a 
Dream most of the time! 
Mr. Richardson — "Consider the Lilies" . . . 

Two-piano recital by the Friskins. . .Our great expectations justi- 
fied . . . inspired playing by la soeur et le frere! 
Saturday 21 "The Magic of Words" by Hugh J. Coleridge MacKarness. Now we 
know how we should speak, but will it do any good? (I hae me 
doots!) 

Miss Emma Cadbury — a living example of Quaker goodness — 
spoke at vespers on the refugee situation in Austria. 
Recital by Miss Tingley and Miss Spencer, harpist — an inspiration 
for aspiring singers — the harp a thrill. 

A.C.A. vespers on the biographies of Mrs. Compton of Illinois, 
Dr. Harrison of Arabia, and Jane Addams of Hull House. 
Midyear examinations! Was between the dark and the daylight 
most of the time. 



Sunday 



22 



Saturday 28 



Sunday 



29 



Jan. 31 -Feb. 2 



FEBRUARY 

Saturday 

Saturday 

Sunday 
Saturday 



3-6 
11 

18 

19 
25 



Intervale — Senior Paradise! 

Dance Recital by Lotte Goslar. There's everything in a dance, es- 
pecially if that dance is modern. 

Senior-Mid plays. Talent scouts missed getting many promising 
stars under contract by not being here. 

The Reverend Carl Kopf— "the man with the lamp" — excellent talk. 
Student Recital — talent plus! 

[88] 



MARCH 

Saturday 

Sunday 
Saturday 



Sunday 
Saturday 

Sunday 



Friday 

APRIL 

Wednesday 
Saturday 



Sunday 



4 Henry IV Matinee — Prince Hal! All the world loves a lover. 
Falstaff! All the world loves Falstaff. 

5 Mr. Basil Mathews — a good talk made better by an English accent. 

11 Governor Dummer Glee Club— Fidelio Concert. Fidelio travels 
twenty miles, sings — dances — travels back again with tales of a 
good time. 

12 Neighbor Boynton Merrill of West Newton spoke at vespers. 

18 Senior Play — "The Goose Hangs High" but the applause brought 
the house down ! 

19 Northfield Conference presented at vespers. If enthusiasm means 
anything Abbot may be well represented in June. Alumna of '38 — 
Mad die Proctor — one of the speakers. 

24 Vacation — the glory of the spring! How sweet — for in the spring 
a young man's fancy turns, we hope, to. . . — ! 

5 Back again, one day early. It was a very ill wind! 

8 Maeve MacMurrough — fascinating monologues of interesting 
people and places. Never shall I fogret the seasick lady — or the one 
with "plate" trouble! 

9 Traditional Easter Service with a perfect address by The Reverend 
Vaughn Dabney of And over-Newton Theological Seminary. 
Tea Dance for the "little girls" — said to be a well-flung fling! 
Miss Friskin and Miss Susan Ripley, Abbot '28, gave a piano and 
violin recital for benefit of Second Century Fund — "outstanding" 
— "lovely" — "exquisitely varied program." 
Exeter Glee Club-Fidelio concert at Abbot. Grand time. 
Senior Prom and Tea Dance — dancing and dancing and dancing and 
— dates ! 



Abbot's Birthday— great bustle and preparation for gymkhana, 
fencing demonstration, program of music and drama in McKeen, 
folk dancing around the Maypole on the Circle, Bazaar for the build- 
ing fund. New dormitory excavations are in process, by the way! 

Sunday 7 Miss Sue Weddell, of New York, spoke on "How Big Is Your 

World?" 

Friday 12 Societies Banquet — Q.E.D. presiding. 

Saturday 20 Senior-Mid Picnic — senior-mids come into their own at last. 
Recital later by speech pupils — dual personalities unsuspected. 

Sunday 21 Mr. Howe's organ recital — "Papa Howe" in top performance as 

usual. 

Saturday 27 Field Day— Senior Banquet — beginning of the end. 

Tuesday 30 Final exams — horrors! Where is my optimism? 



Saturday 
Thursday 


15 

20 


Saturday 
Saturday 


22 
29 


MAY 




Saturday 


6 



JUNE 2-5 COMMENCEMENT— GRADUATION— COLLEGE BOARDS TO 

COME! 



[89] 



GlaM %>iU 



We, the most eminent and versatile class of Abbot Academy being, as we believe, 
possessed of as adequate sobriety and as comparatively sane mentality as could be ex- 
pected after a senior year, do hereby bequeath our begged, bought or stolen posses- 
sions and assets as follows: 

First, to the Class of 1940, 

1. Our able shoes to be filled. 

2. The Senior Parlor and privileges. 

3. Intervale ('nuff sed!). 

4. The Senior couches which hold books and pillows very nicely. 

Second, to some individuals, 

1. Our medical supplies to Mrs. Duncan. 

2. Our sweepers and dustmops to the dust chute. 

3. Our letterless days to whoever wants them. 

4. Ellen's dimples to "Riv." 

5. Bobbie's spirit to the 1939-'40 new girls. 

6. "Stu" Harris's tact to Andy Warburg. 

7. The time Mooney spent on her homework to Jeanne Cowles. 

8. Cherrie Koch's mice to Emily Mills. 

9. Fishie's Sing-Sing banner to Ginger. 

10. Our movie magazines to Miss Sweeney. 

11. Our typing ability to Betty Hosford. 

12. Lush's lantern to the lovelorn whose love's labors are lost. 
13- Mac's pussies to Miss Rath. (Gacoo!) 

14. Bobo's meekness to Anne Schoepflin. 

15. Piercey's gymnastics to Miss Carpenter for her scrapbook! 

16. Audie's wit to "Madame Abbot" hoping that she will smile some more. 

17. All our extra closet space to the new dorm. 

18. Connie's roller skates to Theodore. 

19. Our wisdom teeth to the preps. 

20. Kiki's '38 prom date to Duchess. 

21. Bonnie's and Bellows' voices to New Fidelio. 

22. Our dark glasses to Charlie. 

23. Pat's elevator romance to be managed by Libby. 

Third, we'll take with us, 

1. Our big moments for posterity. 

2. Our posture marks as a daily reminder. 

3. Dottie's twin brother — though we leave Abbot "Art"less. 

4. Our class sweaters to wear on rainy days. 

5. Our college entrance units — we need them all! 

In testimony whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal and declare this to be our last 
will and testament, this fifth day of June in the year A. A. 1939. 

x , 7 . , _,. . Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Nine 

Witnessed: linker 

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1 he firms represented in the 
following pages have contrib- 
uted to the success of the 

1939 Circle and well deserve 
your patronage. 




BEST & CO. 



FIFTH AVENUE 



BROOKLINE BRANCH 



Official 
School Outfitters 



We specialize in the important prep^ 
school and college fashions and have 
many exclusive import specialties. 



J 




S. S. PIERCE CO. 

Est. 1831 Boston 

Home of 

Delicious Candies 



THE 



Hartigan Pharmacy 



Main and Chestnut Streets 
Andover, Mass. 



SCHOOL JEWELRY 



WATCHES 



JOHN H. GRECOE 

Watchmaker 
Jeweler 
Optician 

The Smartest Line of School 
Jewelry in Town 



Certified Repair Service 



56 MAIN ST. ANDOVER, MASS. 



' ' The Biggest Little Jewelry Store in the State ' ' 



Compliments of 



J. E. Pitman Estate 



63 Park Street 



Tel. 664 



ORIENTAL RUGS 

Antiques and Modern 

Broadlooms and Chenilles 

30 grades — 500 colors 

Custom Furniture and Draperies 

The services of our Decorator or Rug experts 
are at your command. Estimates furnished. 

BROOKS GILL & CO., Inc. 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL 
28 & 30 Canal S t . , Boston Tel . Laf . 2923-4-5 



Telephone 7159 

Lawrence Fruit 
& Produce Co. 

Inc. 

Wholesale Dealers 

"If It Grows We Have It" 

34 FRANKLIN STREET 
LAWRENCE, MASS. 



I^es Ipsa Loquitur . . . 



It is a matter of common knowledge that a 
reputation for fine quality . . . 

Speaks for Itself. 

For that reason yearbook staifs at the leading 
educational institutions in the east engage the 

WARREN KAY VANTINE STUDIO 
for fine portraiture and a complete yearbook 
service. 



• It has been a pleasure to cooperate with Miss 
Carol Parker and her staff in portraying pictori- 
ally Life at Abbot Academy, as presented in 
this edition of the CIRCLE! 



Q.Warren Kay Vantine Studio, 3* 

160 Boylston Street . Boston 



Shawsheen Dairy, Inc. 

SHAWSHEEN VILLAGE 
ANDOVER, MASS. 

T. P. KELLEY, President and Treasurer 



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Manufacturers & Distributors 

of 

MILK CREAM BUTTER 
ICE CREAM 



Batchelder & Snyder Co., Inc. 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Producers & Distributors 

of 
FINE FOODS 



The 
Hooker - Howe Costume Co, 

Theatrical Importers & Manufacturers 



COSTUMERS 



HAVERHILL 



MASSACHUSETTS 



CAPitol 1217-1218 



Joseph P. Eaton Co., Inc. 

DEALER IN 

BEEF - LAMB - POULTRY 
and VEAL 



HOTEL SUPPLIES 
Wholesale and Retail 



13-17 New Faneuil Hall Market 
Boston, Mass. 



Compliments of a Friend 



1837 



102 YEARS IN BUSINESS 



1939 



CAPITOL 5320 

W. H. Lerned & Sons 

''The Third Generation of Buttermen'' 
BUTTER, CHEESE and EGGS 

87 AND 89 FANEUIL HALL MARKET 
BOSTON, MASS. 







ktetW':'.: : 



JAHN & OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 

817 West Washington Blvd., Chicago, III. - Telephone MONroe 7080 

Commercial Artists, Photographers and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black and Colors 



Everybody Likes . . . 



BUSHWAY 
ICE CREAM 



Quality for 57 Years 



THE 

ANDOVER NATIONAL 

BANK 

Andover, Massachusetts 



Lowe & Co., Inc. 



PHARMACISTS 



§ 



To the Class of 1939 



CARL E. ELANDER 

56 MAIN ST. TEL. 1169 

GLEANING 
PRESSING 

REPAIRING 
ALTERING 

OF ALL LADIES' GARMENTS 

High Quality Work Moderate Prices 



Tickets — Tours — Cruises 

Winter Sports Trip for 
Abbot Seniors at Intervale 

MRS. SETH C. BASSETT 

37 Merrimack Street 
HAVERHILL, MASS. 



Thank You ! " thirty - niners " 



with best wishes 



SHOP 



Forty-three Main Street 
Andover, Massachusetts 



Smith & Coutts Co. 

Tr inters 

§ 

4 Park St. - Andover 



Qood buck, Seniors 



from the 



SENIOR-MIDS 




L. B. A. 



ODEON 



Philomatheia 



A. D. S. 



^hank you! 
(fAbbot cAcademy . . . 



Hope we may still merit your 
business through the many years 
to come. 

%aven ^Beauty "Parlor 



Printers of the 1939 CIRCLE and 
publisher of New England's superior annuals, 
among them . . . 

The M. I. T. TECHNIQUE 
Boston University HUB 
Wellesley College LEGENDA 
Phillips Academy POT POURRI 
Northeastern University CAULDRON 
Wheaton College NIKE 
Deerfield Academy POCUMTUCK 

THE ANDOVER PRESS 

ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



FACULTY 



Marguerite Hearsey 

May Dorothy Baker 

Ruth Stephens Baker 

Hilda R. Baynes 

Jean Hope Baynes 

Mrs. Eunice Murray Campbell 

Mary Carpenter 

Mrs. Constance Parker Chipman 

Mary Elaine Dodge 

Mrs. Hannah Richmond Duncan 

Kate Friskin 

Mary Gay .... 

Mrs. Bertha Morgan Gray . 

Isabel Maxwell Hancock 

Marjorie Hill .... 

Walter Edward Howe . 

Barbara Humes 

Frances Merritt 

Octavia Whiting Mathews . 

Faith Lucena Meserve . 
Mrs. Jeanne Vical Miller 
Laura Keziah Pettingell 
Mrs. Robert Gilmore Poland 
Gertrud Rath .... 
Anne Rechnitzer 
Rowena Lincoln Rhodes 
Winthrop Horton Richardson 
Helen Dunford Robinson 
Louise Robinson 
Virginia Paine Rogers . 
Laura Huntington Smith 
Margaret Snow 
Catherine Jane Sullivan 
Alice Curtiss Sweeney . 
Gertrude Tingley . 
Eleanor Tucker 
Lucile Burdette Tuttle 



20 Abbot St., Andover 

177 Englishcombe Lane, Bath, Somerset, England 

28 Fremont St., Plymouth 

. 309 West 86th St., New York City 

309 West 86th St., New York City 

Prospect St., Topsfield 

57 Wilkinson St., Putnam, Connecticut 

. 5 Morton St., Andover 

Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada 

Andover 

. 300 West 108th St., New York City 

132 Riverway, Boston 

17 Mayflower Terr., Newton Highlands 

Boonsboro Rd., Lynchburg, Virginia 

21 Centre St., Brookline 

. 14 School St., Andover 

Chestnut Hill, Greenfield 

64 Woburn St., Reading 

Andover 

26 Central Ave., Weston 

. 136 Hancock St., Cambridge 

1654 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 

87 Oak St., Reading 

Hollins College, Virginia 

26 West 76th St., New York City 

43 Cedar St., Taunton 

Ward Hill 

77 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Gloucester 

. 82 Ames St., Lawrence 

. 16 Garden Rd., Lowell 

. 83 Main St., Medfield 

63 Masonic St., Rockland, Maine 

. 97 Knox St., Lawrence 

175 Berkeley St., Lawrence 

32 Milton Rd., Brookline 

2 Mauser PL, Ilion, New York 

. 8 Plympton St., Cambridge 



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UNDERCLASSMEN, 1938-1939 



Eleanor Balcke 
Dorothy Barlow 
Helen Barss 
Marie Bertram . 
Carolyn Bittner 
Kathryn Bixby 
Gisela Bolten . 
Ethel Ann Bolton 
Sarah Evelyn Bradley 
Beverly Brooks 
Barbara Brown 
Nancy Lee Burnett 
Gloria Caldarone 
Miriam Calder. 
Phyllis Campbell 
Joan Carlson . 
Suzanne Chadwick 
Frances Chandler 
Mary Pomeroy Chase 
Muriel Clark . 
Eleanor Cole . 
Sally Cole 
Marcia Colley 
Jeanne Cowles 
Natalie Cregg . 
Phyllis Crocker 
Carolyn Cross . 
Annette Curran 
Joyce Curran 
Elaine Dalrymple 
Jane Davey 
Marjorie Dean 
Mary Dickson 
Janet Dwight . 
Charlotte Eaton 
Nancy Eccles . 
Patricia Elliot 



10 Holder PL, Forest Hills, New York 

81 Salem St., Andover 

. Hidden Field, Andover 

256 Grove St., Montclair, New Jersey 

27 South West St., Allentown, Pennsylvania 

Sunset Rock Rd., Andover 

South Main St., Andover 

128 Prescott St., North Andover 

79 Maple St., Hornell, New York 

18 East Hickory St., Hinsdale, Illinois 

20 Johnson Rd., Andover 

Southborough 

96 Vermont St., Methuen 

1509 South Elwood Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma 

8 William St., Andover 
West Falmouth 
91 Montclair Ave., Montclair, New Jersey 
40 Howard St., Reading 
287 Hillside St., Milton 
Lloyd Neck, Huntington, New York 
371 Johnson St., North Andover 
371 Johnson St., North Andover 
Saunderstown, Rhode Island 
129 East 69th St., New York City 
340 Hampshire Rd., Methuen 
. 15 Fresh Pond Lane, Cambridge 
11 Proctor Boulevard, Utica, New York 
South Main St., Andover 
South Main St., Andover 
14 Park St., Methuen 
7 Tuxedo Rd., Glen Ridge, New Jersey 
8 Kensington St., Andover 
238 Woburn St., Reading 
238 Woburn St., Reading 
9 Abbot St., Andover 
Main St., Andover 
2 Oranje Boulevard, Batavia Centrum, Java, N.E.I. 



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Elizabeth Ellis 
Mary Ellen Finneran 
Dorothy Fiske 
Barbara Fowler 
Elizabeth Fowler . 
Dorothy Garry 
Evelyn Gottschalk 
Madeleine Grout 
Marguerite Hall 
Shirley Hamilton 
Elizabeth Harris 
Nancy Harrison 
Dorothy Harvey 
Barbara Hill 
Margit Hintz 
Elizabeth Hosford 
Mary Howard 
Doris Jones 
Elizabeth Killian 
Joan Killian 
Eleanor Knox . 
Jane Littauer . 
Margaret Little 
Sue Long 
Margery Martin 
Mary Martin . 
Marjorie McClellan 
Jessie McCreery 
Marilyn Menschik 
Margaret Meyer 
Emily Mills 
Verniece Moody 
Patricia Morriss 
Betty Moser 
Mary Dean Naff 
Julie Nelson 
Nadene Nichols 
Mary Carroll O'Connell 
Ruth Poore 



309 East Broadway, Haverhill 

. Greens Farms, Connecticut 

15 Sutherland Rd., Montclair, New Jersey 

122 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, New Jersey 

80 Winter St., Norwood 

67 Brown St., Methuen 

62 Brewster Rd.. Scarsdale, New York 

47 Main St., Andover 

17 Orne Square, Salem 

Limestone, Maine 

121 Newcastle Rd., Rochester, New York 

45 Pleasant St., Methuen 

R.F.D. 3, Pontiac, Michigan 

Madison Heights, Anderson, Indiana 

20 Shadow Lane, Great Neck, New York 

North Thetford, Vermont 

Kinderhook, New York 

27 Ten Acre Rd., New Britain, Connecticut 

334 Robin Rd., Englewood, New Jersey 

334 Robin Rd., Englewood, New Jersey 

Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey 

Charcoal Hill, Westport, Connecticut 

. 89 Shawsheen Rd., Andover 

25 Middlemay Circle, Forest Hills, New York 

45 Sanford St., Bradford, Pennsylvania 

Ill Main St., Andover 

Foster St., Littleton 

103 East Lincoln Ave., New Castle, Pennsylvania 

387 Kinderkamack Rd., Westwood, New Jersey 

45 Seminole Ave., Forest Hills, New York 

Kinderhook, New York 

Andover St., Ballard vale 

Helme Hill, Washingtonville, New York 

197 Forest Ave., Glen Ridge, New Jersey 

Portland, Arkansas 

Greenspring Ave., and Bannister Rd., Baltimore, Maryland 
38 High St., Peterborough, New Hampshire 
1 Punchard Ave., Andover 
370 Ames St., Lawrence 



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Jacqueline Proctor . 
Margaret Prudden 
Margaret Rabling 
Eleanor Rafton 
Gloria Randolph 
Ruth Rathbone 
Anne Rivinius 
Christine Robinson 
Ann Rogers 
Priscilla Russ 
Doris Sawyer 
Anne Schoepflin 
Dorothy Schwiebert 
Anne Selden 
Mary Louise Sheedy 
Amelia Shields 
Virginia Smithers 
Mary Spaulding 
Ellen Spear 
Helen Stott 
Margaret Stuart 
Elizabeth Travis 
Lucia Tuttle 
Martha Tyer 
Andrea Warburg 
Adeline Waterhouse 
Joan Waugh 
Elizabeth Weaver 
Joan Webster . 
Marcia Wheeler 
Dorothy White 
Danna Whitlock 
Rachel Whitney 
Nancy Whitiier 
Margery Wick 
Winifred Wiglesworth 
Elsie Williams 
Priscilla Williams 
Bonney Wilson 



78 Glen Ave., Newton Centre 

1 Sutherland Rd., Montclair, New Jersey 

1273 North Ave., New Rochelle, New York 

Alden Rd., Andover 

243 East Adelia St., Elmhurst, Illinois 

64 Central St., Palmer 

346 Main St., Winchester 

Oxford, Maine 

1105 North Main St., Laconia, New Hampshire 

130 Broadway, Haverhill 

Bartlet St., Andover 

91 Valley Rd., Larchmont, New York 
101-05 Herrick Ave., Forest Hills, New York 

. 42 School St., Andover 

Groton 

217 Chestnut Rd., Sewickley, Pennsylvania 

Salisbury, Connecticut 
34 Kenwood Ave., Worcester 
Baldwin Terr., Rumford, Maine 
Williams Hall, Andover 
501 West Maple Ave., Newark, New York 
285 Migeon Ave., Torrington, Connecticut 
40 Prescott St., Torrington, Connecticut 
Sunset Rock Rd., Andover 
34 East 70th St., New York City 
12 Berkeley PL, Cranford, New Jersey 
18 William St., Andover 
169 Chestnut St., North Andover 
39 Park Ave., Wakefield 
96 East Fourth St., Corning, New York 
503 Speed Ave., Monroe, Louisiana 
Lakeview Avenue West, Brightwater, New York 

41 Pine St., Danvers 

13 Walworth Ave., Scarsdale, New York 

8 School St., Bradford, Pennsylvania 

405 Bridge St., Cynthiana, Kentucky 

Post Office Box 807, Southampton, New York 

18 Newton St., Brockton 
11 Rangely Rd., Winchester 



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Jane Wilson 
Nancy Wilson 
Gertrude Wind 
Beverley Winslow 
Joan Wyatt 
Barbara Young 
Ann Zeitung . 



11 Rangely Rd., Winchester 

14 Lafayette St., New Brunswick, New Jersey 

426 West Elm St., Brockton 

190 Ocean St., Lynn 

37 Cedar Rd., Brookline 

45 South Fulton St., Allentown, Pennsylvania 

721 Broad St., Meriden, Connecticut 






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